As you can see, the Chiefs have some major needs. Their biggest three being center, nose tackle, and wide receiver. They enjoyed a 10-6 season in 2010, but if they want to continue with their progress, they must find players at center, wide receiver, and nose tackle. Their first and second string centers, Casey Weigmann and Rudy Niswagner are both free agents. Same goes for their two nose tackles, Ron Edwards and Shaun Smith. Dwayne Bowe emerged as a top 10 receiver in the league, but no one else stepped up opposite of him. The number two receiver position was so weak that, the Chiefs brought in Kevin Curtis to start in their playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens.
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